According to Sky Sport Italia, Cristian Romero’s football transfer to Tottenham is a done deal.
Cristian Romero joined Atalanta from Juventus last year, on an initial two-year loan with an option to buy for €16m.
In his first season, the 2020-21 campaign, on loan there, Romero won the title of the best Serie A defender.
In this last season, he played 31 matches played and scored 2 goals.
Cristian Romero’s Football Transfer to Tottenham Is a Done Deal
Romero was pushing to join Tottenham. Barcelona are also reportedly interested in the defender but the Catalans have not made an official offer yet.
Further, today, Romero reportedly told Atalanta manager Gian Piero Gasperini he wanted to move to North London in the summer.
Apparently, the Atalanta centre-back has already agreed personal terms with the Premier League giants.
In fact, Romero could even leave for London to initiate his move to Spurs this very evening.
According to the Italian broadcasters, the North London club and Atalanta have reached an agreement over the player’s transfer fee.
Spurs will reportedly pay €55m, including bonuses, to secure the services of the Argentinean centre-back.
If all goes well, Romero will sign a five-year deal with Tottenham very soon.
Meanwhile, Atalanta are also close to reaching an agreement with Juventus for Merih Demiral.
So, this summer, Demiral should move to Bergamo on loan from his new club Juve with an option to buy.
Tottenham May Offer €50m for Romero
At the same time, in England, Tottenham Hotspur continue to count on buying star defender Christian Romero from Atalanta.
According to Fabrizio Romano, the London side are currently in talks with the club from Bergamo.
And now, in the football news coming to us latest, they intend to improve their bid.
Spurs may offer 50 million euros to Atalanta for Romero, excluding bonuses.
The Argentine has to attend Atalanta training on Monday but he hopes to conclude his transfer deal before then.
Here is our latest transfer news football revolving Romero’s Spurs move – Tottenham have reached a €55 million agreement for him.